"Precisely because Brabant is a densely populated conurbation, the pressure here is high to develop smart solutions"
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The future of farmers: keeping an eye on all the processes behind a computer screen while robots do the work on the land. This is essential in order to meet the growing demand for sustainable food.
We should all be self-sufficient by 2050. With that idea in mind, Simone and Arend Koekkoek have launched Campus Almkerk. They bought a secluded farm […]
Photonics is a promising technology in almost all sectors, now and in the future. Numerous scientists are exploring the possibilities of this light technology. But […]
On the first day of Dutch Agri Food Week in the hall of Villa Flora Venlo one could see a compact mobile robot industriously carrying […]
"Not based on the average, but with a specific dosage that can be different for each 25 by 25 centimeters square"
U.S. Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kammen is calling for a worldwide end to the subsidization of oil and gas companies.
The Protein Brewery has developed a formula that's ready for the future: "If we were to double the sugar acreage now, we would no longer need animals at all for our proteins"
Our weekly 'Follow-up' offers a sequel to the best-read article of that week. Today, a look back on our best-read stories of 2020.
For the past ten years, Austrian scientists have been working on a project to introduce a fungus to Nordmann firs to keep its harmful colleagues at bay.
"It is by working together that companies can maintain and even increase their competitiveness."
Drawing on the four editorial themes of sustainability, mobility, health and digital, the editors of Innovation Origins look back on 2020 with a summary of the most noteworthy news stories.
Aniela Hoitink thinks that it is easier to change fashion production than consumer behavior. With fabric made of compostable mycelium (mushroom roots) she could succeed.
Research conducted by the European Patent Office: "This concerns a major shift towards a fully data-driven economy."
The shortage of (ground)water is considerable. Yet the Dutch city of Eindhoven has been pumping up its groundwater surpluses for years to stay dry. Mary Fiers calls for a more sustainable solution.
ZED wins the second edition of the Dutch 4TU Impact Challenge. The start-up from Delft University of Technology is working on a more sustainable Internet of Things without batteries.
Innovative projects from mobile sensors to fight air pollution and living coastal protection, to plastic construction panels for building temporary shelters for refugees, for instance.
"Brainport can still make a huge leap when it comes to selling all those great innovations"
Researchers at the German DSMZ have studied how marine microorganisms break down and recycle biodegradable plastic: Through the division of tasks among bacterial communities.
Scientists of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, together with project partners in Vietnam and Germany, have found new ways to recycle by-products from agricultural production.